He had been made known to them in the breaking of the bread
Sermon / April 30, 2017

Laurie and I travel so much that our theme song is “On the Road Again,” by Willie Nelson. Every time we load up and head for Grapevine, one of us starts singing it. We decided we needed something a little bigger for hauling so much stuff back and forth, so we bought an older Ford Expedition. When I was checking out the radio, I noticed that it had a jukebox function. Evidently, you can record a CD into internal memory and play it back without the CD. Want to guess what song came up first in the jukebox? Yep, it was, “On the Road Again.” Coincidence? I think not!

The Ministry of Reconciliation
Sermon / April 23, 2017

This Sunday has a few names in our tradition. Our Sunday Lectionary calls it the Second Sunday of Easter. That’s because last Sunday was technically the First Sunday of Easter, or Eastertide, meaning the time or season of Easter. But that has been only since 1970. Before that it was called the First Sunday after Easter. Some people call this Low Sunday, because the attendance is typically lower than last Sunday. We might even call it St. Doubting Thomas Sunday.

The Magic of Easter
Sermon / April 16, 2017

Alleluia! Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia! Tonight we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ from death and grave to eternal life. But, for many people, Easter means so much more. As I was watching television earlier today, I saw an ad for a Golden Easter Bunny made of chocolate. The tag line was something about the Magic of Easter. It occurs to me that for most people, that is what Easter is all about.